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Press Release 07-077
Geologists Witness Unique Volcanic Mudflow in Action in New Zealand

Crater Lake event may lead to development of hazards assessment tool

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This image of the lahar channel shows the area right after the collapse of Crater Lake's walls.

This image of the lahar channel shows the area right after the collapse of New Zealand's Crater Lake's walls.

Credit: University of Hawaii


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The lahar channel is pictured, just before the geologic event in New Zealand.

The lahar channel is pictured, just before the geologic event in New Zealand.

Credit: University of Hawaii


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